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  • Such rumors inevitably provoked anti-ecumenism riots and, of course, inspired new witticisms.
  • Out of those first ecumenical meetings came two major developments: 1.
  • Many consider it odd that this statement provoked the worst outbreaks of violence against ecumenism.
  • The Commission of Ecumenical Translators.
  • ORANGE CATHOLIC BIBLE: the "Accumulated Book," the religious text produced by the Commission of Ecumenical Translators.
  • The followers of the Fourteen Sages, whose Book was the Orange Catholic Bible, and whose views are expressed in the Commentaries and other literature produced by the Commission of Ecumenical Translators.
  • These revisions leaned on accepted symbolisms (Cross, Crescent, Feather Rattle, the Twelve Saints, the thin Buddha, and the like) and it soon became apparent that the ancient superstitions and beliefs had not been absorbed by the new ecumenism.

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  • It’s an ecumenical organization that provides food and shelter to the homeless.
  • However, in the ecumenical light of the summer picnic every true baking artist could reveal her prize to the delight and criticism of the town.
    Maya Angelou  --  I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

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